Succession Planning

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Succession Planning

An important part of operating a business, succession planning helps owners transition more smoothly, minimizes negative effects if they retire or die, gives successors more time to prepare, and helps to create clear communication among all stakeholders.

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    Succession Planning Team

    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Thomas A. Capehart

    Thomas A. Capehart

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    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney Malcolm J. Gross

    Malcolm J. Gross

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    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney R. Nicholas Nanovic

    R. Nicholas Nanovic

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    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Stuart T. Schmookler

    Stuart T. Shmookler

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